Lisa Shea "be the change you wish to see in t..., Amazon
24 July 2007
Summary: Mind Quiz for the PSP is yet another entrant in the test-your-brain game category. It's really hard for a PSP game to compare with the DS platform in this arena, but Mind Quiz gives it its best shot. In DS games you have a touch screen, so the games can be very open ended.
Summary: I purchased a PSP for myself because I travel and wanted boredom relief. Well after many months of watching movies and playing games on the PSP I decided to buy MInd Quiz. The PSP was all mine. My wife wanted nothing to do with it, after all it's a video game player.
Summary: This is a good game. It does have a variety of tests to challenge the mind. It gives you practice tests before taking actual tests. I would recommend, if you like memory tests, some fill-in-the-blank tests, math questions, and tests that time your reactions.
Summary: I love the minigames or tests you take in this one. My only quibble is they age you 10 years just for missing one question on the brain age test. This is based on the theories from the same neurologist who influenced the DS's Brain Age. I think it is just as fun.
Summary: If you love Brain Age, then get this one. The number of puzzles is awesome, the variaty is great and for the price it costs one cannot leave this one in the store. The game is not graphical at all, but the puzzles are very good. It comes with various test modes, challenges and assignments.
Summary: Mind Quiz is a tedious game that has its moments. If you're looking for a Brain Age "puzzler" for PSP, this is as close as it gets. There are two good things I can say about this game. First, it's enjoyable to take the Mind Quiz Test...the one you can only take once a day..
Summary: There have been so many companies right now, trying to create games that test the stimulating mind, and how good or not so good we all think and react. Since Brain Age came out last year for the Nintendo DS, many companies have all wanted to get on the brain dran ride.
Summary: This game is a challenge for your brain, and as a 30-something PSP fan, this game takes me back to my high school days - which is not a bad thing. This game is very challenging - but once you get the hang of it, you can be very successful.
Summary: This game does make your brain more agile, but it's at the same time challenging. To score you really must solve the problems quick, so quick that it will count against you MANY YEARS of brain age if you delay a little. The games repeat themselves, it has about 6 different type of problems tops.